My juvie P. miranda's enclosure ~ 3 weeks later.

Jake94

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Hey I was wondering if people could take a look at the set up and see if it looks good as far as moisture goes. She seems to be acting spidery as far as I can tell. She's eaten 5 or 6 times since I got her. She likes to hide from me, but not all the time! And she really likes to fill her water dish with substrate.

http://imgur.com/a/7z1ya
 

Misty Day

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Agree with Cold Blood, it looks fine.

Also your "she" looks to be a he from the ventral shot.
 

Misty Day

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The dark "triangle" and slight dot is screaming male to me, I have 2 juvie male and female mirandas and the female had a very obvious slit at even a small size.

It's not the best photo so maybe someone else can chime in.
 
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Teal

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Nice little set up!

I am no expert by any means, but I thought male too.
 

cold blood

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Pokies are an easy species to ventrally sex by about 2"....a molt isn't usually required, but a keen eye is.
 

Jake94

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The dark "triangle" and slight dot is screaming male to me, I have 2 juvie male and female mirandas and the female had a very obvious slit at even a small size.

It's not the best photo so maybe someone else can chime in.
Well dang. Could you take a look at these other ventral shots and see if it looks male? I wasn't really concerned with sexing it since it was sold as female.

http://imgur.com/a/WVJRO
 

Jake94

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Some of those are much worse than I thought but there are a few decent ones.
 
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